Descendant of the old Meissen noble family von Einsiedel, Bella grew up in a small town in the former GDR. Bella's passion for art was evident from a young age. In 2009, she discovered her true calling in portrait photography and began to develop her own unique style, which belongs to the style of Surrealism and partly also to Dadaism. Her works often featuring the female body, exploring the role of femininity or themes of self-esteem, diversity, or our relationship to nature. Which she represents in multi-faceted ways through the use of photo editing.
In 2012 Bella moved to Berlin, where she began to take on commercial work for international musicians, authors, and journalists. Her work has been recognized with several international awards, including gold, silver, and bronze medals, as well as first and second placements. Bella has also been featured in live interviews, publications, and exhibitions of her work.
Bella's work is known for its emotive and introspective nature, reflecting her personal experiences and perspectives. Her pieces are thus often deeply personal. She has received acclaim for her ability to connect with viewers on a deep and emotional level.
Bella has been involved as a volunteer photographer in the "Dein Sternenkind" foundation since 2016 and gives parents photos of their deceased children. On the international photography site 1x.com she is working as a curator since 2018
Currently, Bella is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Art Therapy, where she is combining her empathic and artistic skills to help others through the medium of art.
Bella's passion for photography and art continues to drive her to make a positive impact in the world through her art. She is particularly interested in the idea of creating artworks with therapeutic statements and effects and making them accessible to everyone. To leave a positive feeling in people with her art when they look at it while hanging on their walls.